Dottie and Daffy (Dogs Trust Merseyside)

Dottie and Daffy are closely bonded Staffy sisters who are looking for a home together. They love people, and a home where someone is there most of the time would be perfect. They are gentle and affectionate once they know you, They’d adore being the only treasured pets in a quiet household where any children are 14+.

Jake & Marble (Dogs Trust Merseyside)


Jake and Marble are delightful, inseparable oldies. When they settle down at bedtime, sweet old Lurcher lady Marble, curls herself around little Jake and then they go to sleep. They need a lovely home together, now!

Robyn and Badger (Adopt a Dog North East, Durham)

Adorable Badger and Robyn are the very best of friends and require a home where they can be together, as well as the love, security and care of a human companion. They are such easy little dogs to have around – they love to sleep and potter about in the garden together. They just want a warm, loving home where they can spend time in each other’s company.

Bips and Dexter (NAWT, Berkshire)

Bips and Dexter are a very handsome pair of Rough Collies looking for an adult, pet-free home. They enjoy lots of fuss, playing together and are a very sweet duo. They don’t require a lot of exercise and can be left. Aren’t they lovely?

Rocky & Ruby (Bath Cats and Dogs Home)

Rocky and Ruby are a cuddly, amusing duo who play tug with a toy between them. They can live with children of any age and need only short, quiet walks, or just playtime at home if you have a nice big garden.

Kaiser and Khan (Dunroamin K9 Rescue, South Yorkshire)

Kaiser and Khan are two lovely Rottweiler brothers who love each other dearly and desperately want to stay together. They came from an uncaring home and deserve some TLC in a loving, forever home now. They are friendly, love human contact and have lived with other dogs.

Dolce and Gabbana (Freshfields Animal Rescue, Liverpool)

Twin Staffy boys, Dolce and Gabbana, just exude love and happiness guaranteed to bring a smile to anyone’s face. They are desperately looking for a home together and are house-trained and non-destructive. Due to their exuberance, older children would be better suited in a home with no other pets. 26/12/18 – Still need a home